Explains how the Emocium server is no longer having mail incoming or outgoing mail server problems.
With a few tweeks we have seen an outstanding improvement in our mail server. All notifications incoming and outgoing are now working and are 100% functional. If you notice anything out of the ordinary on Aeonity please do not hesiate to contact us by commenting below or by using our contact form.
If you are one of them, or have ever seen a page on Aeonity promoting products such as the following:
Example of some products:
Redirects to other websites
Were you on Aeonity viewing a blog and then got redirected to another website? If so, again please bring this to our attention. This will help combat spam, and make Aeonity a better place to publish online content.
Please contact us right away on these and other issues.
For those of you that have no idea what Blog Spam is, perhaps this well clerify it for you:
So why all the spam you ask? Well Aeonity is getting really popular on the web. Our rankings on search engines are getting better by the week, and this is what spammers like to use to host there content. (A free blog community) Where people visit each others blogs, and click on websites.
Thank you for you help. Spammers on Aeonity Beware!
Click here to report spam on Aeonity.
AOL Users Feedback Requested
Anyone apart of Aeonity who use an AOL email address please respond to the following post by commenting below. Your feedback is appreciated.
QUESTION TO AOL EMAIL USERS
If you have an AOL email address, do you receive any comment notifications from Aeonity? These would be addressed as Aeonity Mailer. If so are they delivered to your inbox, junk email or did you have to manually allow emails from Aeonity?
It would be nice to see at least 5 users with AOL email addresses reply. Thank you for time.
Aeonity Internet Team
Today we had about 150 to 200 accounts created on Aeonity all by a spambot. For those of you who do not know what a spambot is, perhaps we can clear that up for you.
Well the spambot that was on Aeonity created nearly 200 accounts and spammed them with ads, redirects to other websites, and even codec installers (spyware). Luckily, Jim / FrosT created a mass remove that helped us take all these spambot created users off of Aeonity.
Whats crazy is that these spambots even created multiple entries, all the entries were redirected to a pornographic movie that required you to install a 'codec' to view. Note this codec is spyware.
Well, thats all the news for today. We will be taking extreme means on our registration / captchas to make sure another instance like this does not happen again.
Spambots information on Wikipedia
Our users are our best eyes for noticing things like these, if you see anything out of the ordinary / strange. Please
contact Aeonity right away so that we can look into and resolve the issue.